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W-Y-Z) THE FACTUAL LIST OF NAZIS PROTECTED BY SPAIN

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WABER, Joseph. Agent classified I-B in OSS records. Madrid. Born in 1909.

WABERT. Agent classified I-B in OSS records. Madrid.

WACHER PFENNIG. Interrogated 5 July 1946. Not in London List. Chancellor of Hague Embassy until 1940, when he went to Berlin in Foreign Affairs. Besorger in Madrid Embassy. He name and gave information about POCHHAMMER and the Landesgruppenleiter in Rotterdam, BUTTING. In camp 76 since c. March or June 1945.

WACHTER, Leo. In 1945 listed as German customs official refugee in Spain (OSS records).

WACHTER, Siegfried. Listed as repatriated from Bilbao August 21, 1946 to Bremerhaven on SS Marine Marlin. Previously in Miranda concentration camp. DOB. Of, 27 October, 1925.

WACK, Erich. Agent classified I-B and IV-B in OSS records. German consular secretary, Sevilla. Managed the Arbeitsfront. Born January 29, 1911, Freiburg.

WAGENER, Heinz Wilhelm. Repatriated on SS Haighland Monarch 7 March, 1946. German Embassy employee, PLANKERT’s office. A-900 Official List. DOB. 23 June, 1919.

WAGENER, Walter. From OSS Secret Intelligence Special Funds Record 2801-2850: Representative. C. Novia de Salcedo 9, Las Arenas (Bilbao). Born at Barmen, Wuppertal, on 25 October 1895. Passport No. 70/39 issued at Bilbao on 4.5.39. Member of NSDAP.

WAGENKNECHT, Johannes. In 1945 listed as German customs official refugee in Spain (OSS records).

WAGNER, Captain. Intelligence agent in Spanish Morocco & Melilla. Classified II-B in OSS records. Radio operator.

WAGNER, Alfons. In 1945 listed as German customs official refugee in Spain (OSS records).

WAGNER, Carlos. Arrived Germany from Spain June 14 1946. German (?)/ Stateless. DOB. 5/10/1926 in Madrid. Address in Germany, 1946: Wagnerstr. 117, Ulm/Donau (US zone).

WAGNER, Friedrich. Agent classified II-B in OSS records. Engineer. Manager of A.E.G in Turkey. Born 1904, Ulm, Germany. Living in Madrid.

WAGNER, Richard. In 1945 listed as German customs official refugee in Spain (OSS records).

WAGNER, Wilhelm Friedrich. Hauptschriftleiter. NS Propaganda. Decorated by FRANCO with the Medalla de la Orden Imperial del Yugo y las Flechas. (BOE, 30 Septiembre, 1941).

WAGNER, Rudolph Major. Agent classified B. Listed as B364. In List of obnoxious Germans proposed for repatriation from Spain. Formerly in Melilla. Expelled to Spain, January 1945.

WAHL, August. In 1945 listed as German customs official refugee in Spain (OSS records).

WAHLE / WAHL, Anton / Antonio / Antonis. In Marine Perch file.

       In List of obnoxious Germans proposed for repatriation from Spain. Decorated by FRANCO with the Medalla de la Orden Imperial del Yugo y las Flechas. (BOE, 30 Septiembre, 1941).

From Washington Office, Special Funds Division Finance, Intelligence: Documents 3401-3450: Calle Castellana 2, Madrid

      German engineer, President of the Consejo de Administracion of the Cia. General Importadora de Lanas, Ayala 10, Madrid. Given on Board of directors of Sofindus and H. Gaertner, S.A. A report dated June 1944 reveals that correspon­dence from German agents in South America is sent via Spanish seamen addressed to subject to Carlos ARNOLD, who uses Lanas as a cover for intelligence activities. According to SCHNEEMANN and many others, still in Spain in Autumn 1946.

WAIS, Fridolin. Listed as repatriated from Bilbao August 21, 1946 to Bremerhaven on SS Marine Marlin. Previously in Miranda concentration camp. DOB. Munchen, 15 February, 1924.

WAIS, Paul. In 1945 listed as German customs official refugee in Spain (OSS records).

WALDE, Hermann. Agent classified II-A in OSS records. Engineer. San Sebastian. Born about 1900.

WALDECK, Paul Friedrich August. Repatriated from Spain in September 10 1946.

WALDECK, Peter Paul Hugo. Arrived Germany from Spain June 14 1946. German. DOB. 7/1/1919 in Brandenburg. Address in Germany, 1946: Postdamerstr. 29, Brandenburg (Soviet zone).

WALDHEIM von, vicecónsul de Alemania en Barcelona 1940.

WALDHEIM, Gottfried. In List of Obnoxious Germans proposed for repatriation from Spain.

WALDMANN, Albert. In 1945 listed as German customs official refugee in Spain (OSS records).

WALETZKO, Herbert August O. Arrived Germany from Spain June 14 1946. German. DOB. 16/10/1900 in Schweidnitz. Address in Germany, 1946: Breslauerstr. 25, Schwidnitz (Soviet zone).

WALLER, Hugo. Agent classified II-A in OSS records. Technician at San Pablo airfield, Savilla. Born October, 1912.

WALLICZEK, Ludwig. From OSS Secret Intelligence Special Funds Record 2801-2850: Montana S.A. Office worker. Alam. Greg, de la Revilla 14, Bilbao. Born Kattowitz, 25 Aug. 1900. Passport No. W 65 issued Beuthen O.S. 22.7.35. Member of NSDAP, DAF, NSV and Reichsluftschutz (antiaircraft).

WALTER, Dr. Agent classified I-B in OSS records. German naval attache. Madrid.

WALTER, Leonore / Leonor. Listed as repatriated from Bilbao August 21, 1946 to Bremerhaven on SS Marine Marlin. DOB. Madrid, 1 July, 1922.

WALTERS. Frl. I-M, KO Spanien (named in STUBBS and BUGGE’s report on I-M Spain)

WALTERS, Kurt Heinrich. Arrived Germany from Spain June 14 1946. German. DOB. 16/12/1912 or 1911 in some documents, in Mexico city. Address in Germany, 1946: Mittelweg 48, Hamburg (British zone).

WALTERSPIEL, Josef. In US list of hardened nazis for repatriation. Address: Nuñez de Arce 11, Madrid. Radio technician with Telefunken.

WALTHER, Werner. Madrid, Zurbano 31. Reported to have bought art works in Spain, possibly for the account of the GIS. . In ALIU List Of Red Flag Names.

WALTHER, Paul. Counsellor. Decorated by FRANCO with the Medalla de la Orden Imperial del Yugo y las Flechas. (BOE, 30 Septiembre, 1941).

WANDELT. Agent classified II-A in OSS records. Chemist at Casa Alfa. Barcelona.

WANDER, Karl. SS-Standartenführer. Decorated by FRANCO with the Medalla de la Orden Imperial del Yugo y las Flechas. (BOE, 30 Septiembre, 1941). Wander, Carl
Born: 01.11.1901 in Bad-Lauterberg / Harz

NSDAP Nr.: 104 175

SS Nr.: 2 637

SS-Stuf.: 20.04.1934; SS-Ostuf.: 20.04.1935; SS-Hstuf.: 09.11.1935; SS-Stubaf.: 09.11.1936; SS-Ostubaf.: 30.01.1938; SS-Staf.: 30.01.1939; SS-Ostubaf.(WSS): 09.11.1940

Stab RFSS: [01.10.1934]

SS-Personalhauptamt, kdrt.Stabshauptamt R.f.d.F.d.V.: [30.01.1942]

b.Chef Fernmeldewesen: 08.1944

WANDSCHNEIDER, Hans Josef / Juan Jose. Agent classified II-B in OSS records. Civil engineer. Been in Spain since 1941. Member of Association of German Engineers and school of civil engineers of Paris. Address: Pasaje Alhambra 1, Madrid.

WAPPENHANS, Bruno. Kptn. Head of Censure section. Decorated by FRANCO with the Medalla de la Orden Imperial del Yugo y las Flechas. (BOE, 30 Septiembre, 1941).

WARMUTH / WARMUT, Hans. Counsellor. Decorated by FRANCO with the Medalla de la Orden Imperial del Yugo y las Flechas. (BOE, 30 Septiembre, 1941).

WARNICK, Max. Decorated by FRANCO with the Medalla de la Orden Imperial del Yugo y las Flechas. (BOE, 30 Septiembre, 1941). Counsellor.

WEBER, Friedrich. In 1945 listed as German customs official refugee in Spain (OSS records).

WEBER, Georg. In 1945 listed as German customs official refugee in Spain (OSS records).

WEBER, Gottfried. Agent classified II-B in OSS records. Engineer and mining expert. Was in South America. San Sebastian.

WEBER, Heinz. Agent classified D. Listed as D365. In List of obnoxious Germans proposed for repatriation from Spain. Ex-Portugal. Arrived Madrid, January 1945.

WEBER, Josef. In 1945 listed as German customs official refugee in Spain (OSS records).

WEBER, Otto Fritz. Electrician at Hytasa, S.A., Andalucia

WEBER, Oskar. Listed as repatriated from Bilbao August 21, 1946 to Bremerhaven on SS Marine Marlin. DOB. Olt-Roehrsdorf, 31 May, 1916. A-1035.

WEBER, born Austrian and naturalized Spanish. Connected with Erich MEYER in money laundering.

WECKENRODT (probably misspelled) , Lt. Agent classified I-B in OSS records. Married to a Spanish woman. Madrid.

WECKERT, Friedrich. In 1945 listed as German customs official refugee in Spain (OSS records).

WEDEKIND Still in Spain in September 1946.

WEGEHENKEL, Lidia Door. Agent classified III-B and IV-B in OSS records. Language teacher. Secretary of the Hitlerjunge, Barcelona

WEGENER, Willi. Decorated by FRANCO with the Medalla de la Orden Imperial del Yugo y las Flechas. (BOE, 30 Septiembre, 1941). German consulate in Tirana.

WEGNER, Helmuth. Commander Decorated by FRANCO with the Medalla de la Orden Imperial del Yugo y las Flechas. (BOE, 30 Septiembre, 1941).

WEGNER, W. H. Agent classified I-B in OSS records. Born about 1900. Address: Modesto Lafuente 21, Madrid.

WEHRLICH / WERLICH, Henry Otto. Repatriated on SS Haighland Monarch 7 March, 1946. Released by error before interrogations were started in May . Address in Germany: Schellingstr 70, Hamburg 23. Employed in Press Section of German Embassy, Madrid. Prior to the closing of the German Embassy WEHRLICH had Ptas. 820.000. Of this he paid 770.000 in various amounts to persons he declined to name, but stated that they were official contacts of the Press Section (LAZAR). WEHRLICH stated that he has burnt his cash books.

      Dr. Fernando PAZ ESPESO (misspelled ESPEZO) was believed to cloak WEHRLICH’s assets. "Official status was that of consular secretary. According to a reliable he is said to be an SS officer assigned to a special mission in Spain. On 1 Novemver, 1944 this individual attempted to photograph an Embassy employee. It is believed that WEHRLICH’s assignment in Spain was to photograph and identify possible Allied agents for future reference. It is recommended that he be carefully interrogated as the disposition of any photographs and information obtained by him in Spain." A-599 on Official List and III Priority List. Wife: Ilse; Son: Hans Peter, aged 15. DOB. Hamburg, 27 Octobrer, 1901.

WEIDNER, Walter. From OSS Secret Intelligence Special Funds Record 2801-2850: Representative. Hotel Excelsior, Bilbao. Born at Mainz on 20 April 1904. Passport No. 9/38 issued at Burgos on 51.8.31.

WEIDT, General. German agent classified I-A in OSS records. Commander of Condor Legion, Spain.

WEILAND-SCHNEIDER, Johann. Repatriated from Bilbao.

WEINREICH, Albert. Listed as repatriated from Bilbao August 21, 1946 to Bremerhaven on SS Marine Marlin. Previously in Miranda concentration camp. DOB. Teigerisch, 1 November, 1914.

WEISE, Karl. In 1945 listed as German customs official refugee in Spain (OSS records).

WEISENBORN, Fritz. In 1945 listed as German customs official refugee in Spain (OSS records).

WEISE, Suzanne. Agent classified B. Listed as B367. In List of obnoxious Germans proposed for repatriation from Spain. Secretary to Dr. Joseph Hans LAZAR (German Press Attache). Interned at Caldas de Malavella in December 1944. Later released to enable her to leave Spain, but departure not confirmed.

WEISS, Franz. In 1945 listed as German customs official refugee in Spain (OSS records).

WEISS, Friedrich Dr. Stabs. Ing. Referat I, I Tlw, KO Spanien as of February 1945. Agent classified I-B and II-B in OSS records. W/T. Attached to German Embassy, Madrid. Born about 1900. Agent classified A. Listed as A366. In List of obnoxious Germans proposed for repatriation from Spain. Address: Modesto Lafuente 21, Madrid.

WEISS, Major. Agent classified I-B in OSS records. Madrid.

WEISS, Georg. In 1945 listed as German customs official refugee in Spain (OSS records).

       Listed as repatriated from Bilbao August 21, 1946 to Bremerhaven on SS Marine Marlin. Previously in Miranda concentration camp. DOB. Tilsit, 27 October, 1908.

WEISS, Hans Walter Otto. Arrived Germany from Spain June 14 1946. German. DOB. 2/2/1894 in Breslau. German arms merchant. Address in Germany, 1946: Lubeck (British zone). He certified and undersigned under oath, before US authorities, that he never was connected or had had any connections with I.G. Farben, Sofindus or Flick.

WEISS, Hans. Repatriated from Spain by air (dates from January 29 to February 25, 1946).

 

WEISSER, Max. Listed as repatriated from Bilbao August 21, 1946 to Bremerhaven on SS Marine Marlin. DOB. Chemnitz, 18 June, 1915.

WENIGER, Max. SS-Rottenführer. No SS 101 112. Secretary of Camara de Comercio Alemana.

WELSCH, Heinz. Member NSDAP working for Banco Aleman Trasatlantico.

WELZ, Artur. In 1945 listed as German customs official refugee in Spain (OSS records).

WELZ, Robert du. SS-Hauptsturmführer adjutant to LEGRELLE . From Helmut R. MICHEL’s Affidavit, December 18, 1946: Robert du WELZ lived up to the middle of November 1946 in Zurbano 43.

WELZACKER, G. E. von. Agent classified II-B and III-B in OSS records. Scientist. Came to Madrid under the cultural program of Hispano-German Institute.

WELZEL, Paul. In 1945 listed as German customs official refugee in Spain (OSS records).

WENCKSTERN / WENKSTERN , Hermann / German von. Obst. KO Spanien directly under Chief KO Spanien in February 1945. In Barcelona. Originally Chief of Referat IL. In charge of Special Project. In List of obnoxious Germans proposed for repatriation from Spain. Agent classified I-B in OSS records. Repatriated from Spain by air (dates from January 29 to February 25, 1946). Po. No. 0763. Address: Av. Rep. Argentina, Madrid and Menendez Pelayo 49, Madrid.

WENDEL. Abwehr in Spain. Agent from HWK related to diamonds and jewels smuggling in Barcelona. Connected with KAISER, Lt.,, URBANECK, THEBE, KÖNNEKE, Consul RÜGGEBERG and German jeweler Rudolf BAUER.

WENDEL, Hugo. Agent classified II-A in OSS records. Engineer. Barcelona. Born about 1900.

WENDEL, Lt. Agent classified I-B, II-A and II-B in OSS records. Physician. Madrid.

WENDEMUTH, Arthur Max. Repatriated from Spain by air (dates from January 29 to February 25, 1946). Po. No. 0791. Mentioned as interned in Camp 76, Asperg on March 27, 1946. Business man, owner of paper and leather goods firm in Valencia.

WENDEROTH, Friedrich. In 1945 listed as German customs official refugee in Spain (OSS records).

WENGER, (fnu). From Nuernberg Interrogation Records › ... OCCPAC Interrogation Transcripts And Related Records › Koelle, Fritz Peter: "SS O/Stubal. SD man at German Embassy, Paris. Chief of Visa section to Spain and Switzerland 1941-1944. Born 1900, 1.80m, slender, oval face, fair hair, civilian clothes. Lived in Hotel d’Orsay, Paris, 1941-1944."

      Connections with Spanish Police.

WENNSTEIN, Col. Agent classified I-B in OSS records. Madrid. Born about 1885.

WENTE, Herbert A. H. Arrived Germany from Spain June 14 1946. German. DOB. 3/2/1922 in Einbeckhausen Hannover. Address in Germany, 1946: Eimbeckhausen bei Hannover (British zone).

WENZLAWIAK, Georg. In 1945 listed as German customs official refugee in Spain (OSS records).

WERNER, August. In 1945 listed as German customs official refugee in Spain (OSS records).

WERNER, Joseph. Decorated by FRANCO with the Medalla de la Orden Imperial del Yugo y las Flechas. (BOE, 30 Septiembre, 1941). Reichbank counsellor.

WERNER, Paul August. Intelligence agent in Spanish Morocco & Tetuan. Classified II-B in OSS records. Analytical chemist.

WERNER, Walter. In 1945 listed as German customs official refugee in Spain (OSS records).

WERNER, Wilhelm. In 1945 listed as German customs official refugee in Spain (OSS records).

WERTHMANN, Johann. Dr. Commander Physician. Decorated by FRANCO with the Medalla de la Orden Imperial del Yugo y las Flechas. (BOE, 30 Septiembre, 1941). Hospital Lindenburg.

WERY, Octave. Agent classified II-A in OSS records. Technician. Alava.

WESSEL Wilhelm Friedrich Karl. Arrived Germany from Spain June 14 1946. German. DOB. 9/1/1900 in Holzhausen Kr. Münden. Address in Germany, 1946: Holzhausen I, Kr. Minden, Westfalen (British zone).

WESTENBERGER, Wilhelm. DOB. Mannheim, 2 November, 1919. E-135 Official List. Repatriated on SS Haighland Monarch 7 March, 1946. Wife: Marcelina; daughter: Elisabet.

WESTRICH, Eligius.From OSS Secret Intelligence Special Funds Record 2801-2850: Montana S.A. Employee. Calle de Casado del Alisal 4 - pral. dcha., Madrid, since 1940. Born Spesbach, 7 June 1909. Passport No. 6/38 issued Bilbao 22.1.38.

WESWLAK, Josef. In 1945 listed as German customs official refugee in Spain (OSS records).

WETZEL, Josef. In 1945 listed as German customs official refugee in Spain (OSS records).

WEYLAND, Johannes. From OSS Secret Intelligence Special Funds Record 2801-2850: Hisma Ltda. Employee. Left Bilbao for Madrid. Born Berlin, 1890. Passport No 423 issued Buenos Aires 23. 3. 1938. Member of NSDAP and DAF.

WICHER, Max. Arrived Germany from Spain June 14 1946. . German. DOB. 5/5/1925 in Bochum. Address in Germany, 1946: Auf der Bochumer Landwehr 26, Bochum (British zone).

WICKE, Albert. Imprenta Industrial. Al. de Recalde 7, izq., Bilbao. Born Koln-Muhlheim, 29 Nov. 1905. Passport No.168/39 issued Bilbao 29.8.39. Member of DAF and NSV.

WIECZORA SD/ Gestapo still in Spain in September 1946.

WIEDEMANN, Dr. Agent classified II-A in OSS records. Technician, I.G. Farben, Bilbao.

WIEDEMANN, Otto alias SCHULTZER. I-M, KO Spanien, Spanish Morocco, Tangier (named in STUBBS and BUGGE’s report on I-M Spain). Agent classified A. Listed as A369. In List of obnoxious Germans proposed for repatriation from Spain. Agent classified I-B in OSS records. Attached to German consulate in Tangier. Born in Tangier 1894 or 1898. Expelled to Spain in March 1944. In 1945 posed as German customs official refugee in Spain (OSS records). Believed to be living under an assumed name in Madrid.

WIEDEMANN, Otto. From OSS Secret Intelligence Special Funds Record 2801-2850: Electro Quimica de Flix since Dec. 44. Born Bischoffingen Krs. Freiburg. 22.5.10. Passport No. 53/43 issued Merseburg 13.11.43.

WIEDEMANN, Otto Albert. Member of Amt VI. Oriental specialist and Abwehr agent, assistant in Abwehr II in Tangier from 1940-1944. From CI Final Interrogation Report (FIR) No 114, dated 15 May, 1946: Born 17 December 1908 (in other documents 1910) , Strasskirchen, son of Albert WIEDEMANN and Theresa. Wife Rosalese WIEDEMANN nee MAWICK living in Barcelona, calle Valvedreras 8. German. Occupation: interpreter. Religion: Protestant. Description: 1.70m, 62 Kg, medium build, narrow face, gray hair (blond hair in other documents), green eyes. Las address: Miesbach, Friedhofstrasse. Languages: German, English, Arabic, French, Spanish. Identity documents: Kennkarte.

      Arrested at Miesbach 5 October, 1945 by 970/93 CIC Det. Accepted on recommendation or request of G-2 (CIB), USFET. Date of arrival 8 March, 1946.

    CPI Pink Card No 5627.

GIS Career

1933 Fled Nazi regime to Paris because of his socialist affiliations.

1934 Went to Algeria with Prof AUGIERAS, an orientalist.

1936 Various caravan trips through the Sahara Desert.

1938 Received amnesty and returned to Germany; took four months’ training in the Luftwaffe, then returned to Algeria.

1939 Escaped French internment by fleeing to Spain and became Arabic interpreter for German Consulate in Morocco.

1940 Returned to Berlin. Recruited by the Abwehr, and sent to West Morocco.

October 1944 Expelled from Morocco to Spain and-undertook various trips to Berlin regarding separate peace negotiations.

Nest Morocco 1940-1944

      Although Obst/Lt (later Obst) RUDOLPH (alias RECKE), the head of Nest Morocco was already in Tetuan in January 1940, the time of WIEDEMANN’S arrival, actual operations of the Nest did not begin until considerably later. RUDOLPH, who represented Abwehr I, was joined by Sdf Hans KRUEGER, German vice-consul at Tetuan, in the summer of 1940. KRUEGER was the representative of Abwehr II. WIEDEMANN, because of his proficiency in Arabic, became KRUEGER’s assistant. In the spring of 1941 the office of Abwehr II moved to Tangier. Late in this year (1941) Hptm GOERING (alias GOERITZ) arrived in Tangier as an Abwehr representative. In early 1942, Kapt Z See KELLER established Abwehr I-M, a naval observation station at Tangier. RUDOLPH was in charge of the supervision of the Nest, but KRUEGER, GOERING, and KELLER were not subordinate to him, and received their orders from superiors in Berlin.

      Thus, in 1942, the organisation of Nest Morocco was as follows:

Abwehr I (Tetuan):

- Chief: RUDOLPH.

- Assistant: Uffz BOETGER

- Typist: Frl SCHUETZ

- W/T operator: Oswald LANGENHEIM

- Purser: Name unknown to WIEDEMANN

      Mission: To obtain information on strength, intentions, and movements of French (later American) forces in Morocco.

Abwehr I-M (Tangier) :

- Chief: KELLER

- Two or three Navy men served as his assistants, but WIEDEMANN does not know their names.

Mission: to obtain information concerning allied naval movements in the Straits of Gibraltar.

Abwehr II: (Tangier):

- Chief; KRUEGER, Hans

- Assistant: WIEDEMANN, Otto

- W/T Operator: WIEDEMANN does not recall the name, since various people worked in this position.

- Typist: Frl HEFTER

- Purser: KERN

Mission: To influence tne natives for possible resist anee against allied policies.

Abwehr III (Tangier) :

- Chief: GOERING

- Assistant: There were two or three assistants, but WIEDEMANN does not know their names. W/T operator: Abwehr III used the W/T operator of Abwehr II.

Mission: To obtain information concerning Allied inr telligence services and operations in Morocco.

      The missions of Nest Morocco were not realized with any degree of success. Perhaps the greatest measure of success was achieved by Abwehr I, which accumulated considerable information about the forthcoming Allied invasion of North Africa, This information- WIEDEMANN does not know what methods were used to acquire this intelligence - was transmitted to Berlin, but apparently it was ignored, since the actual landings came as a surprise. It is possible that I-M was an asset to the Seekriegsfuehrung, but WIEDEMANN knows of no sinkings of allied ships which might be attributed to activity of this organisation. Abwehr II made but little progress, as the Arabs would not forgive tne Germans for their failure to improve the status of Morocco while France was occupied. Finally, as far as WIEDEMANN knows, the activities of Abwehr III were completely insignificant.

      By the autumn of 1944, it had become pellucid both to RUDOLPH and KRUEGER that Germany would lose the war. However, WIEDEMANN believes that there were no plans to continue the Nest after the end of the war. In October 1944, when WIEDEMANN left Morocco, the Nest had dwindled to a small unit led by Uffz BOETGER and later he received reports that this remnant had been dissolved towards the end of the year. WIEDEMANN has no information concerning present whereabouts of the personnel of Nest Morocco, with the exception of Oswald LANGENHEIM (w/t operator for Abwehr I), who is in American captivity.

The following German W/T stations in Morocco were known to WIEDEMANN:

Name Location Organization Operator

Thea Tetuan Abwehr Oswald LANGENHEIM

Pantheria Tangier Abwehr Heinz KROLL

? Tangier SD O/Schrf LECHNER (fnu)

? Tangier Auswaertige Amt ? .

? Melilla Abwehr ?

? Casablanca Abwehr Kapt UNDERBERG (fnu)

      The above-named W/T stations had fixed operating schedules. No contacts were made with submarines. They sent lists of shipping to Madrid and Berlin daily , but they never contacted ships at sea. It is possible, of course., that there were other stations used for this purpose., but their existence is not known to WIEDEMANN. WIEDEMANN has no knowledge of ship sinkings resulting from W/T activity.

2. The following agents are known to WIEDEMANN:

- HAIK, Abakum: Chief agent for the Abwehr in Tangier. He had several agents, called Mohammed, Abdul, and other common Arab names, who were generally used to bring the "mail" from Casablanca. HAIK was a Russian emigrant of Jewish origin.

- ABD EL AZIZ . Chief agent for the SD. He was married to a German and lived in Tangier, but WIEDEMANN has no further details concerning him.

- HAGGEMACHER, Paul. Agent for Abwehr I. He was a Swiss watch dealer living in Tangier . Served as a mes­sage center for agents’ letters,reports, and financial transaction. Was on good terms with the British and later went to Gibraltar,

- QADUR ABD ALLAH. He contacted the natives in French Morocco.

- Sdf Hans KRUEGER of Abwehr I I was in charge of the work with the natives, and especially with Arab nationalist groups. Since he could not speak Arabic, KRUEGER used WIEDEMANN as his inter­preter and Arabic specialist. KRUEGER was not subordinate to RECKE, but the latter was entitled to receive a copy of all letters, telegrams, and reports which KRUEGER sent to Berlin to Hptm NEIZERT in the OKW Abwehr Abt II.

      KRUEGER exploited the Arabs in several ways. At the be­ginning of the war efforts were made to lower the morale of Moroccan soldiers who were to appear on European fronts. After the fall of France, the Abwehr attempted to maintain order in Morocco by dint of its influence on the nationalist parties. After the American occupation of North Africa,

      KRUEGER attempted to use the nationalists as agents to incite riots. This met with very little success, since the Arabs had come to realize that Germany had no intention of granting Moroccan independence in the event of victory.

The Germans employed three principal nationalist leaders:

- Abd el Khalaq TORRES, alias STIER, leader of tne Nationalist Reform Party. TORRES had influence mainly in tne Spanish zone, but also had some supporters in French Morocco. At the beginning of the war he worked for the SD., but in 1940 he suggested to KRUEGER and WIEDEMANN that, a network of agents might be estab­lished in French Morocco. He received 20,000 Pesetas for this undertaking but actually the network was a complete failure. TORRES also disseminated anti-French propaganda by means of pamphlets and newspaper articles. He owned the most important newspaper in the Spanish zone, El Hurriyah. He gave infor­mation to the Germans, but this was always worthless. He would, for example give the "location" of an allied airfield with "thousands of five-engined and eleven-engined planes". Toward the end, TORRES turned more to Spain and away from German act­ivities. He used the code name STIER.

- Brahim WASANI, alias NIVEA, leader of the Nationalist Party, WASANI was introduced to KRUEGER by BElGBEDER, who was at that time the Spanish High Commissioner. WASANI, whose code name was "NIVEA", had considerable influence in Spanish Morocco. His supporters did the work of agents and disseminated propaganda. At first he was considered important, partly because he had been intro­duced by BElGBEDER, and in 1939 WASANI was invited to Berlin. Actually, however, he did nothing of importance for the Germans or at least for the Abwehr. It is possible tnat he was working for the German SD at the same time.

- Ahmed BELAFREJ was an Arab nationalist in French Morocco. He was very cautious and never accepted money from the Germans or Spaniards. He was estimated by the GIS to be a well-informed reliable man but extremely timid and incapable of action. This, however, was an error. He was the only Arab leader to personally start a revolt. In the spring of 1943, he told WIEDEMANN he would no longer work for the Germans. Later., he was exiled by the French to Corsica.

      The only Spanish official contacted by WIEDEMANN was one Lt. NAVAS, the assistant Officer of Civilian Control in Tangier. NAVAS signed passes, released agents, and gave occasional bits of information which were rarely of interest. He occasionally received gifts of money from the Germans.. RECKE usually con­tacted the other Spanish officials himself.

       WIEDEMANN also met a number of other Spanish officers at parties and dinners, but never intimately. He remembers Col. de MIGUEL, Col. SEA, Maj. AMADO, and Maj. FONTANA.

      The German consular staff was financed by "Free Reichsmark Checks" which were cashed at the French bank in Tangier.

       The Abwehr funds were received through the courier mail in bundles of 1000-French franc notes. These were exchanged for Moroccan francs at a general loss of 20-50%.

       WIEDEMANN knows nothing of the disposition of these funds, nor of the financial arrangements of the SD.

       In a general sense all Moroccans can be regarded as potential contacts for the GIS as long as they aspire for national inde­pendence. Many, of course, were deceived by the Germans, but the final breakdown of Germany might have changed this opinion as it did after the first World War.

       The only people who would work at the present time for Germany or the GIS again are WASANI and possibly TORRES. How­ever, WIEDEMANN knows of no concrete agreements.

       WIEDEMANN doubts very much that there is any stay-behind organization in Morocco. When WIEDEMANN left there was only a very small section under Uffz BOETTGER, and he received reports that this was dissolved shortly afterwards.

      Don Joaquin BAU, the first Minister of Public Instruction under the FRANCO regime, attempted to negotiate armistice terms between Germany and the western powers in 1944.

      WIEDEMANN who was vacationing in Barcelona with his family in the summer of 1944. received instructions to accompany BAU and SS O/Fuehrer BERNHARD to Berlin. BAU told WIEDEMANN that the proposed negotiattd peace had been encouraged by a Spanish papal nuncio.

       While he was in Berlin, BAU had many discussions with representatives of the SS and the RSHA, but WIEDEMANN was not present. BAU was generally taken to these conferences by BERNHARD, who was also the head of the Sofindus in Madrid. Among the points discussed were:

1. Free hand in politics for Britain and the United States west and south of Germany, including the Mediterranean. Free hand for Germany beyond the eastern boundaries of the Reich,

2. Revision of racial and Church policies by Germany.

      BAU had his last talk with SCHELLENBERG before returning with WIEDEMANN to Madrid. He (BAU) was disappointed and suspicious over not seeing HlMMLER, and was skeptical of the efficacy of the discussions. He complained that interest in Berlin was slight. "I have given them a real chance, and they don’t seem to realize it".

      When WIEDEMANN returned to Germany in January 1945, he inquired about the matter, and was told that no one was interested in the plan any more. By that time, apparently, it was obvious that Germany was in no position to discuss a negotiated peace.

WIEDERMANN / WEILMANN. In Marine Perch file.

WIEDNER, Alois. In 1945 listed as German customs official refugee in Spain (OSS records).

WIEGANDT, Edith. entered Spain at Irun on 21 August 1944 on a collective passport.with a group of German women. Embassy employee. Repatriated on SS Haighland Monarch 7 March, 1946. E-99 Official List. DOB. Dugelstedt, 12 September, 1922.

WIELAND, Heinz. Decorated by FRANCO with the Medalla de la Orden Imperial del Yugo y las Flechas. (BOE, 30 Septiembre, 1941).

WIEHE, Peter. Hauptschriftleiter. NS Propaganda. Decorated by FRANCO with the Medalla de la Orden Imperial del Yugo y las Flechas. (BOE, 30 Septiembre, 1941).

WIELAND, Heinz. Decorated by FRANCO with the Medalla de la Orden Imperial del Yugo y las Flechas. (BOE, 30 Septiembre, 1941). OKW agent.

WIENER, Ernst George. Arrived Germany from Spain June 14 1946. Austrian. DOB. 22/12/1902 in Wien. Address in Germany, 1946: Wien.

WIESE, Franz. From OSS Secret Intelligence Special Funds Record 2801-2850: Montana S.A. Mining engineer. To Hotel Madrid, Sevilla, in 1940. Bom Autfeld, 9.9.1883. Passport No. 384/39 issued Sevilla 6.7.1939.

WIESHOLLER, Stefan. In 1945 listed as German customs official refugee in Spain (OSS records).

WIESMER, Sigfrid Magodd. Agent in Spanish Morocco . I-Unclassified in OSS records. Xauen. Member of Afrika Corps.

WIESNER. Agent classified I-B in OSS records.

WIESSNER, Egon. Agent classified II-A in OSS records. Technician at San Pablo airfield, Sevilla. Address: Hotel Nuevo Suizo, Sevilla.

WIEST, Walter. From OSS Secret Intelligence Special Funds Record 2801-2850: Nova, S.A. Bookkeeper. Bidearte 8, Las Arenas (Bilbao). Born Baden-Baden, 23 May 1897. Passport No. 8475 issued Madrid 18.2.36. Member of NSDAP and DAF

WILBERT, Wilhelm. In 1945 listed as German customs official refugee in Spain (OSS records).

WILCKENS, Heinz K. Agent classified B. Listed as B370. In List of obnoxious Germans proposed for repatriation from Spain. Caylords, Madrid.

WILDE, Otto. In 1945 listed as German customs official refugee in Spain (OSS records).

WILKE, Wilhelm. In 1945 listed as German customs official refugee in Spain (OSS records).

WILLHELMI, Hans. Decorated by FRANCO with the Encomienda Sencilla de la Orden Imperial del Yugo y las Flechas. (Decreto 29 julio, 1943).

WILKEN, Horst. Stahlunion Export G.m.b.H in Madrid. Procurist and representative of Vereinigte Stahlwerke, Duesseldorf. Still in Spain in July 1946 with his Argentinian wife.

WILKENDING, Franz. Repatriated on SS Haighland Monarch 7 March, 1946. E-100 Official List. DOB. Potsdam, 20 February 1890.

WILMER, Gebrueder, Still in Spain in September 1946. Industry

WILMER, Herbert. Brother of Oscar WILMER. Interrogated by Allied Control Commision about German armaments trade with Spain during war.

WILMER, Oscar / Oskar. In US list of hardened nazis for repatriation. Address: Joaquín Costa 11, Madrid. Born about 1906 in Hamburg. Married. Subject and brother owned firm H. & O. Wilmer (PL) and were two of the principal assistants of Johannes BERNHARDT. Active member of NSDAP. Representative of Junkers Lorenz AG., Junkers Motorenbau. Recommended por priority repatriation because of connection with armaments trade.

WILPERT, Josef. In 1945 listed as German customs official refugee in Spain (OSS records).

WIMMER, Johann. In 1945 listed as German customs official refugee in Spain (OSS records).

WIMMERS, Theodor. In 1945 listed as German customs official refugee in Spain (OSS records).

WINCKLER, Franz. In 1945 listed as German customs official refugee in Spain (OSS records).

WINCKLER, Hans Heinrich. DOB. Hamburg, 19 August, 1908. Repatriated on SS Haighland Monarch 7 March, 1946. German School, Barcelona. A-696 on Official List. Wife Hildegard; children: Uhl and Ulrich.

WINDISCH, Hermann. In 1945 listed as German customs official refugee in Spain (OSS records).

WINDOLPH, Anton. In 1945 listed as German customs official refugee in Spain (OSS records).

WINGERATH, Ewald. Listed as repatriated from Bilbao August 21, 1946 to Bremerhaven on SS Marine Marlin. Previously in Miranda concentration camp. DOB. Bottrop, 9 May, 1922.

WINKOWSKY / WINKOWSKI, Emil Friedrich Karl. Agent classified II-A in OSS records. Technician at San Pablo airfield, Sevilla. Address: Hotel Nuevo Suizo, Sevilla.Listed as repatriated from Bilbao August 21, 1946 to Bremerhaven on SS Marine Marlin. DOB. Berlin, 11 November, 1909. A-904.

WINKOWSKI, Eugenio. Agent classified II-A in OSS records. Engineer. Born about 1910. Miranda de Ebro.

WINTER, Egon. Decorated by FRANCO with the Medalla de la Orden Imperial del Yugo y las Flechas. (BOE, 30 Septiembre, 1941). Working for Nazi cabinet.

WINTER, Gustav. Agent classified B. Listed as B371. In List of obnoxious Germans proposed for repatriation from Spain. Las Palmas and Fuerteventura. Address: calle de la Brisa 4, Tenerifa. Disappeared from Canarias about 1944. Believed to be in Spain in 1945. Business man.

WINTER, Karl. In 1945 listed as German customs official refugee in Spain (OSS records).

WINTERFELD, Detlov von. Agent classified IV-B in OSS records. President of the German Red Cross, Spain.

WINTERSTEIN, Capt. Agent classified I-B in OSS records. Madrid.

WINZER, Paul. Krim Rat. Police Attache, agent of Amt VI, also worked for Amt VI and Abt T. HIMMLER’s assistant sent to Spain after the agreement between (OCCPAC Interrogation Transcripts And Related Records › Ogilvie, Hans). Madrid: Chief from 1939 until August 1944; assistants: Krim Kom HAMMES, Pol O/lnsp VEY, Krim Sek GUTBIER, Krim Sek SCHMIT, Krim Sek KOENEKE, Krim O/Asst BAALK, Krim Kom KRUEGER, chief clerk VIONSEK and Carla BANDT, Secretary (see Preliminary Interrogation Report (CL-PIR) No 152 Prisoner: SS U/Stuf & Krim Kom HAMMES, Ernst). Reportedly dead in accident in August 1944.

      From OCCPAC Interrogation Transcripts And Related Records › Shellenberg, Walter:

"Q. I have two matters for interrogation. The first one is whether you know anything about an agreement between HIMMLER and the Spanish authorities relating to the police in Spain.

A. Yes.

Q. Will you tell us what you know about it?

A. I know that such an agreement was concluded. I do not know any specific details and according to my recollection this agreement was concluded between HIMMLER and the then Chief of Spanish police whose name I do not remember. The intermediary was the Spanish ambassador in Berlin, MAYALDE.*

Q. When was this agreement purportedly negotiated?

A. According to my recollection in 1941. I may be in error about the time, but it was at the time when the Spanish Chief of Police visited Germany and negotiated personally with HIMMLER in regard to this agreement. The entire question of the Spanish Reds played an important role in this agreement. All these negotiations were based upon the close contact which existed already between HIMMLER and the Spanish Chief of Police during the Spanish Civil War.

By virtue of this agreement the incorporation of about 25 to 30 members of the Security Police in Spain within the framework of the German mission in Spain was made possible.

Q. Through what period did these men operate in that fashion?

A. I must take it dependent upon the year during which this agreement was concluded. It may have been 1940 or 1941. Since that year the consent of the Spanish police was granted.

Q. Did these men continue to operate in that capacity until the end?

A. Yes. They have worked in Spain continually since then.

Q. Do you know whether they are still there?

A. Part of them, perhaps.

Q. Do you know any of their names?

A. The Police attache was WINZER. But he is supposed to have been killed by an airplane crash on one of his last trips. Another one was VEY. The third one was in the beginning in Barcelona and was transferred to Madrid after the accident of WINZER. I have stated his name in previous interrogations. "It begins with H-a..." It doesn´t occur to me right now.

Q. Do you recall any other names?

A. Not at this moment, biut I am sure other names will occur to me.

Q. Do you know whether the agreement between HIMMLER and Spanish authorities was written?

A. No, I don’t believe so. I believe that this was within the total framework of a large plan according to which pressure was to be exerted upon Spain regarding the march through Spain to Gibraltar. And this was the one of concealed preparations. However, I must add that this is my knowledge only from hearsay.

Q. Do you knou whether the OKW or any military echelon had any interest or participation in negotiation of this agreement?

A. No. I would like to put in this way. OKW had had through the Amt CANARIS, very close ties already with the Spanish General Staff. And what HIMMLER did was only some sort of after-thought. Since the Spanish Civil War and the activities of the Condor Legion, CANARIS had very intimate working relations with Spain..."

* See FINAT Y ESCRIVA DE ROMANI, Jose, conde de MAYALDE

CONFRATERNIDAD HISPANO-ALEMANA

Altos jefes de la Dirección General de Seguridad condecorados

      Recientemente se ha celebrado en Madrid un acto de confraternidad hispanoalemana consistente en l a imposición, en nombre del Gran Reich alemán de la Cruz del Mérito de la Orden del Águila Alemana, a varios altos jefes de la Direccion General de Seguridad y al delegado nacional de Información e Investigación de Falange Española Tradicionalista y de las Jons.

      La entrega de tan valiosas insignias, que han sido regaladas por la Emajada alemana, se hizo personalmente por don Pablo WINZER, agregado de Policía, tras un sentido discurso, que fué contestado por el secretario general de la Dirección, don Manuel RODRIGO ZARAGOZA, agradeciendo l a d i s t i n c i ó n en nombre de los condecorados y propugnando el estrechamiento de los fraternales lazos que nos unen a la Gran Alemania. También dio las gracias el jefe de la Secretaría Técnica, don Agustín RIPOLL. A continuación les fué impuesta la Cruz de primera clase a don Manuel RODRIGO ZARAGOZA, don José María AYBAR, delegado nacional de Información e Investigación de Falange Española Tradicionalista y de las Jons; don Braulio MANUEL SANTOS, comisario general político-social y don Antonio de REPARAZ, jefe superior de Policía de Madrid .

      Fueron igualmente condecorados con cruces de tercera clase don Agustín RIPOLL, don Tomás GARCÍA CONSUEGRA, comisario jefe de la Sección de Pasaportes y Extranjeros ; don Jesús AZARA, director de la Escuela Central de Idiomas; don Basilio del VALLE, inspector jefe del Servicio de Estadística, y don Valentín GUERRA, inspector intérprete. (ABC. 16 de Abril de 1942, p. 10)

WIPPERN, Camillo / Kalmillo. Listed as repatriated from Bilbao August 21, 1946 to Bremerhaven on SS Marine Marlin. Previously in Miranda concentration camp. DOB. Petersburg 28 June, 1923.

WIRGEL. Agent classified I-B in OSS records. Officer.

WISSMANN, Karl Joachim. Decorated by FRANCO with the Medalla de la Orden Imperial del Yugo y las Flechas. (BOE, 30 Septiembre, 1941). First counsellor of German Government.

WITTE, Hans. German formerly employed as technician by the Spanish Government.Listed for departure on SS Marine Marlin, scheduled to leave the Port of Bilbao about Agust 31, 1946. DOB. Cologne, 7 October, 1908.

WITTKO, Kurt. Commander Decorated by FRANCO with the Medalla de la Orden Imperial del Yugo y las Flechas. (BOE, 30 Septiembre, 1941). Working for Nazi cabinet.

WITZ, Alexander. Member NSDAP working for Banco Aleman Trasatlantico.

WOESSNER, Carlos. In List of obnoxious Germans proposed for repatriation from Spain.

WOHLER, Wilhelm. In 1945 listed as German customs official refugee in Spain (OSS records).

WOHLIGKEIT, Heinz. Listed as repatriated from Bilbao August 21, 1946 to Bremerhaven on SS Marine Marlin. Previously in Miranda concentration camp. DOB. Berlin, 11 August, 1925.

WOHLLEBEN, Georg. In 1945 listed as German customs official refugee in Spain (OSS records).

WOHLNIK, Hugo. In 1945 listed as German customs official refugee in Spain (OSS records).

WOHLRAB. In List of obnoxious Germans proposed for repatriation from Spain.

WOLHTHAT, Helmut. Dr.Head of GOERING’s Four-Year Plan. Condecorated by FRANCO "Caballero de la Orden Imperial del Yugo y las Flechas con Encomienda" (BOE, 11 Septiembre de 1940).

WOISIN EHNGEN, Hans Ernst. Agent classified II-A in OSS records. In US list of hardened nazis for repatriation. Address: Gran Vía 74, Bilbao. Born at Meldorf Suder Dithmarschen on December 20, 1896. Engineer for Sefanitro and representative of German firms Metallgesellschaft A.G. and Lurgi Gesellschaft fuer Chemie und Husttenwesen m.b.H. On German School board for Bilbao. Recommended por priority repatriation. Passport No. II 9075/41 issued at Berlin on 28.1.42. Member of DAF.

WOLF, Bruno. Arrived Germany from Spain June 14 1946. Stateless. DOB. 22/7/1907 in Berlin. Address in Germany, 1946: Gustav Muellerstr. 11, Berlin-Schoeneberg (US zone).

WOLF, Erich. From OSS Secret Intelligence Special Funds Record 2801-2850: Calle del Principe 26, Vigo. Born Dresden-Altstadt, 1 July 1884. Passport No. IX/ 466/38 issued Dresden 8.6.38. Member of DAF.

WOLF, Friedrich. In 1945 listed as German customs official refugee in Spain (OSS records).

WOLF, Johann. In 1945 listed as German customs official refugee in Spain (OSS records).

WOLF, Willi. Arrived Germany from Spain June 14 1946. German. DOB. 7/7/1923 in Bremen. Address in Germany, 1946: Quelkoern, Bezirk Bremen (US zone).

WOLFF, Friedrich. Agent classified II-B in OSS records. Chemist. Born about 1900 in Mainz, Germany. Madrid.

 

WOLFRAM, Alfred. In 1945 listed as German customs official refugee in Spain (OSS records).

WOLLMANN, Hermann. In 1945 listed as German customs official refugee in Spain (OSS records).

WOLTER, Willi Karl Heinrich. Listed as repatriated from Bilbao August 21, 1946 to Bremerhaven on SS Marine Marlin. DOB. Hannover, 19 February, 1911. A-1136.

WOLTERS, Gerhard. Vice/president of the Camara de Comercio Alemana. In Nazi Propaganda Section, Madrid.

WONKA, Albert. In 1945 listed as German customs official refugee in Spain (OSS records).

WORCHEL / WOERCHEL, Eduard. Decorated by FRANCO with the Medalla de la Orden Imperial del Yugo y las Flechas. (BOE, 30 Septiembre, 1941). Working for Nazi cabinet.

WORM, Otto. DOB. Neuhof, 21 September, 1912. Repatriated on SS Haighland Monarch 7 March, 1946. Embassy employee, PLANKERT’s office (sergeant). A-568 Official List.

WORTHMANN, Horst. DOB. Hamburg, 22 May 1921. Repatriated on SS Haighland Monarch 7 March, 1946. Embassy employee, PLANKERT’s office (corporal). A-569 Official List.

WORYNA, Julius. In 1945 listed as German customs official refugee in Spain (OSS records).

WOTERS, Peter Wilhelm. Arrived Germany from Spain June 14 1946. German. DOB. 5/10/1902 in Krefeld. German horse merchant. Connected with Hans ZIEGRA. Address in Germany, 1946: Ritterstr. 318, Krefeld (British zone).

WOTHENIK, Karl. In 1945 listed as German customs official refugee in Spain (OSS records).

WREDE, Franz Otto Decorated by FRANCO with the Medalla de la Orden Imperial del Yugo y las Flechas. (BOE, 30 Septiembre, 1941). NSDAP propaganda.

WRULICH, Alexander. In 1945 listed as German customs official refugee in Spain (OSS records).

WUCHERPFENNING, Paul. Councillor. Condecorated by FRANCO "Caballero de la Orden Imperial del Yugo y las Flechas con Encomienda" (BOE, 11 Septiembre de 1940).DOB

17/11/1885 in Liebau, Selesia. Service in German Foreign Office:

1927-1934 Councillor, German Embassy, Ankara under Ambassador von ROSENBURG

1934-1940 Councillor, German Legation, The Hague

1940-1941 Councillor, German Embassy, Madrid

1941-1942 Foreign Office, Berlin

1943-1944 Councillor, German Legation, Budapest

1944-1945 Foreign Office, Berlin

1945 Councillor, German Embassy, Fasano, Italy

      Subject entered the NSDAP in 1934. Released to Berlin, Sulzerstr 2.

WUNSCHE / WUENSCHE, Kurt. Commander Censure section. Decorated by FRANCO with the Medalla de la Orden Imperial del Yugo y las Flechas. (BOE, 30 Septiembre, 1941).

WURFEL, Konrad. In 1945 listed as German customs official refugee in Spain (OSS records).

WÜRSTER, Anton. En Pavelic Papers. OPUS

WURSTER WOHLFAHRT, Johann Jakob. Agent classified II-B in OSS records. Printing technician. Born February 4, 1891 at Grossbettlingen, Germany. Address: Santa Agueda 30, Barcelona.

WÜST, Walter. Prof. SS Oberfuhrer. Decorated by FRANCO with the Medalla de la Orden Imperial del Yugo y las Flechas. (BOE, 30 Septiembre, 1941). Born 7. Mai 1901 in Kaiserslautern; died 21. March 1993 in München) .Indogermanist. Activ Nazi and propagandist.

Y

YEVREMOVIC, Miodrag. "Yugoslavian. Recruited by the Abwehr in Barcelona, his first role was to penetrate the Vichy courier service on behalf of the SD. Later the SD used him in Milan to acquire the Spanish Consulate codebooks, and also correspondence between the Consul and MUSSOLINI who it was thought was seeking assurances that he would be receive asylum in Spain in the event of an Allied victory" National Archives, Kew. KV/2/3412. PF 602686

YURETSCHKE / JURETSCHKE / JURATSCHKE , Dr. Hans. Agent classified B. Listed as B372. In List of obnoxious Germans proposed for repatriation from Spain. Agent classified III-B in OSS records. Attached to German Embassy, Culture section. Professor of German Literature in The German Cultural Institute, Madrid. Also attached to Instituto Nebrija, CSIC, Madrid. Born about 1908. Address: calle Garcia Paredes 53, Madrid and Juan Bravo 8, Madrid.

Z

ZABEL, Willi. Commander Decorated by FRANCO with the Medalla de la Orden Imperial del Yugo y las Flechas. (BOE, 30 Septiembre, 1941).

ZADEK / ZAHDEK. In List of obnoxious Germans proposed for repatriation from Spain. See ECKERLING, Kurt.

ZAHRT, Heinrich. In 1945 listed as German customs official refugee in Spain (OSS records).

ZANDER, Hermann. In US list of hardened nazis for repatriation. Address: Miguel Ángel 14, Madrid. Born August 5, 1905. Married; two children in 1946. Manager of Telefunken, Madrid. Member of NSDAP. Certificate in German archives showed he became naturalized Spaniard in September 1943. Subject was of military age and yet was not declared "refractaire" bacause of changing nationality, so allied investigators thought that in all probability he was instructed to do so.

ZANDMANN, Ludwig. In 1945 listed as German customs official refugee in Spain (OSS records).

ZANGERLE, Theodor. In 1945 listed as German customs official refugee in Spain (OSS records).

ZANTOP, Alfred, alias Adolf / Alfred HIRSCH. Agent classified C. Listed as C373. In List of obnoxious Germans proposed for repatriation from Spain. In Proclaimed List of Blocked Nationals, 1944. President of Grafos S.A, printers and engravers. Address: Av. Jose Lutrio 778, Barcelona.

From Roberts Commission - Geographical Card File on Possible Art-Looting Subjects › Spain :

"6 November 1945

Subject: KIRSCH, Adolf, or Alfredo (qv)

      In MIEDL papers in GOUDSTIKKER house at 458 Heerengracht, Amsterdam, was a list of pictures sold by MIEDL for the account of Alfredo ZANTOP, payment to be made not in Pesetas but in implements in Spain. Also in the correspondence was mention of pictures sold for the account of A. HIRSCH of Berlin and Buenos Aires.

      After my return to London, when checking the British files, Alfredo ZANTOP was reported to be an agent of Ast Cologne, running agents in South America. An agent named HIRSCH with no Christian name also appeared in the British files as being from South America and also a member of Ast Cologne. It would seem to be a remarkable coincidence that ZANTOP and HIRSCH, receiving money for pictures belonging to them sold through the medium of GOERING’s chief agent in Holland, MIEDL, are not one and the same with the agents of Ast Cologne.(...)

      MIEDL sent a report to GOERING on the ZANTOP sale, indicating its importance to GOERING. He also reported on HIRSCH."

      From same file: "Subject is reported to be the President of the Gripos S.A. (printers and engravers), which company is located at Avenida Jose Antonio 778 in Barcelona, Spain. A report, dated July 1939 from a W/BC source, stated that the firm was AB/land controlled.

      In March 1943 a U/DH submission from BC/land to an AB/land military company commander in AB/land consisted of an order emanating from an anonymous sender in BC/land informing the AB/land military company commander that the presence of Corporal Alfred ZANTOP in BC/land was expedient for the settlement of urgent business matters. The anonymous sender suggested that ZANTOP be granted the necessary leave since the AB/land Consulate in BC/land had sanctioned the proposed visit and had set aside 30 March 1943 as the date of the meeting. At that time Alfred ZANTOP was a member of the AB/land army and subsequent reports indicated that he was immediately dispatched to BC/land as per this request.

      On 5 May 1943 information received from W/BC sources indicated that Alfred ZANTOP had been made President of the Gripos S.A. in Barcelona.

      Subsequent information reveals that subject was suspected of being an AB/land agent and engaged in activities designed to aid in the hiding of German assets."

ZECHLING, Walter. Gravenhorst 10, Lueneburg. Repatriated on SS Haighland Monarch 7 March, 1946. A-1065 Official List. DOB. Schifelheim, 25 November, 1879.

ZEFIROF, Pedro. Agent classified II-B in OSS records. Chemist (PH.D). Address: calle Avila (misspelled Abilla), Madrid and Don Ramon de la Cruz 45, Madrid.

ZEILER, Fritz. In 1945 listed as German customs official refugee in Spain (OSS records).

ZEISS, Wilhelm. Agent classified II-B in OSS records. Mechanic. Formerly in Spanish Morocco. Living in Sevilla.

ZELLER, Josef. Arrived Germany from Spain June 14 1946. German. DOB. 26/10/1922 in Werschitz Yugosl. SD Gestapo in Spain. Address in Germany, 1946: Hof/ Saale (US zone).

ZENS, Albert. Repatriated from Bilbao.

ZERNECKE, Udo. Agent classified C. Listed as B374. In List of obnoxious Germans proposed for repatriation from Spain. Manager of Valencia branch of Tubos y Hierros Industriales S.A, Madrid. Address: Hernan Cortes 14, Valencia.

ZEUS, Albert. Listed as repatriated from Bilbao August 21, 1946 to Bremerhaven on SS Marine Marlin. Previously in Miranda concentration camp. DOB. 5 December, 1918.

ZIBEIL, Alfred. From OSS Secret Intelligence Special Funds Record 2801-2850: Factory - name not known. Peñota, Chalet 4, Santurce (Bilbao). Born Gottbus N-L., 18 March 1890. Passport No. 53/35 issued Bilbao 7.8.35. Member of NSDAP.

ZIEBIS, Max. In 1945 listed as German customs official refugee in Spain (OSS records).

ZIEGLER, Albert. Intelligence agent in Tetuan. Classified II-B in OSS records. Mechanic at Melilla airport.

ZIEGLER, Alberto. Agent classified IV-B in OSS records. Administrator of KDF, Madrid. Artist. Born about 1900. Painter with German Reich RR Direction Agency in Madrid. Address: calle Salvador Crespo 7, Madrid.

ZIEGRA, Hans David . In List of obnoxious Germans proposed for repatriation from Spain. DOB 8/10/1904. With camouflage firm. Repatriated from Spain by air (dates from January 29 to February 25, 1946). Po. No. 0792. Mentioned as interned in Camp 76, Asperg on March 27, 1946.

      Interrogated between February and May 1946. British Reports.

       In 1936 the New York Overseas Corporation was founded by the following people:

Roy Fraser POTTS: 40%, Wm. ADAMS LITTELL: 5%, James MAXWELL FASSETT: 5%, ZIEGRA: 50%. They were special in dealing with blocked accounts in Germany.

      ZIEGRA said that Prodag was taken out of Sofindus in 1939 and made a private company by SIEVERS (Bremen), LUETTEN (Hamburg) and PECHE. He was certain that BERNHARDT was in fact a partner as well. SIEVERS, S.S. Hauptsturmführer, who was head of Karl Heinz SIEVERS, and D. KIESELHORST, both of Bremen, bought up Mannheimer Muhlenwerke of Mannheim which had a number of branches abroad. ZIEGRA said that SIEVERS was inmensely wealthy, having started the war with nothing. SIEVERS returned to Spain in April 1945 after spending 6 months in Germany and he brought with him a considerable quantity of valuables. ZIEGRA said that Erich MEYER (shipbuilding) had a brother in America and that he was hiding capital in San Sebastián through WEBER, born Austrian and naturalized Spanish.

       According to MINAMEYER, ZIEGRA was an agent in Spain designed for disposal of looted Jewish jewelery and precious stones, amounting to several millions Pesetas. He was also RWM (Ministry of Economics) official charged with unfreezing German assets in South America via Spain from March, 1943 to May, 1945.

      Statement by MINAMAYER, June 26, 1946:

       " We have made extensive reports regarding ZIEGRA in Madrid. In social circles he was always regarded as a boaster and ob­trusive "Hero of women".

      In Berlin he made several Jewish enterprises "Arian" for instance Gerstel.

      He made come the German-Columbian HERTZHAUSER and his wife from Germany to Spain through his connections to the SS-Fuehrungsamt. It then was his desire that HERTZHAUSER in Spain work for this authority, what however was refused by HERTZHAUSER. (Witness: HERTZHAUSER to WOTERS the latter being here in camp).

      Towards the end of the war he tried to make connections with the United States Embassy and had conversations with Col. HOFFMANN. ZIEGRA offered to give valuable in­formation; however, he than pretended to have been called upon from the American side to form an association of de­cent Nazi-Ennemies. At this occasion he also called on LINDENBERG, without knowing that the latter was my co­worker. LINDENBERG assumed from all this talk that ZIEGRA was selling in Spain and Portugal, as an agent for the Nazis, Jewelry of Jewish ownership in the value of ca. 20 Millions Pesetas.

      When we found out all this we warned all our friends so that ZIEGRA in the future found only closed doors. As far as I remember further we made the following obser­vations:

      That ZIEGRA together with SIEVERS and other people of the Sofindus tried to bring in contact BERNHARD and other people with the gentlemen of the American Embassy. ZIEGRA furthermore tried to trade in South-American pass­ports - genuine or falsified - (Witness: WOTERS). ZIEGRA attempted through methods of extortion to obtain informations and confessions from other German people, (Example: Dr. SCHWENTZNER).

      (The main part of all our informations was passed on already before foundation of office to the Allied commision Madrid, and from there to Col. EBRIGHT -(with the Military Attache)"

Annex to information, dated July 6, 1946:

1) ZIEGRA likes to talk about his banking business in New York. However, his business transactions over there dont seem to have been immaculate. He even mentioned that his partner in New York had been ar­rested afterhe himself had left. (Witness: WOTERS-Arsenal)

2) ZIEGRA had made Gerstel in Berlin, an Arian, just the same as the well known banking house Gerbueder Arnold, Dresden; of the latter firm he linked to say that he was its presi­dent.

3) ZIEGRA was supposed to take over the ill-famed fashion-salon Pombo in Madrid, a pure Gestapo foundation for the purpose of contacting the Spanisn aristocracy. (Witness:Duque de Tetuan - PELICAEUS / Madrid)(i.e Guillermo PELIZAEUS y LANTZ, misspelled RANZ in some documents, Duque de Tetuan and Spanish representative of the German firm Phrix)

4) If further details are of interest, it is recommended to hear Mr. WOTERS, at the present time an internee of this camp, who knows ZIEGRA well and was defrauded by him."

Memorandum by OMGUS, Finance Division, dated 24, April 1946:

"Subject: Hans ZIEGRA, RWM Official, now in Camp 76, Aspberg

Interrogation of Ziegra resulted in the following:

(A) ZIEGRA was dispatched to Spain in March 1943 by the RWM as a foreign exchange expert with the mission of unfreezing German assets in South America.

(B) ZIEGRA stated that there was no German program for safeguarding external assets in South America. In Spain, he named Sofindus and its subsidiary Campagnie Productos Agricola as the largest German operations. Johannes BERNHARDT, of Sofindus, and the Agricola partners, Joachim SIEVERS and Ernest PECHE were named by ZIEGRA as the most active and most dan­gerous German agents. Edgar MAIER, German shipbuilder, and a German merchant named WEBER in San Sebastian were also German Safehaven men.

(C) ZIEGRA founded the banking firm, New York Overseas Corporation, 60 Wall St., New York, and is still head of the firm, although he had no communication with the establishment during his 2 years in Spain.

(D) His appointment as a RWM agent was merely a blind to get him out of Germany, ZIEGRA stated. The appointment was arranged by his friends, Werner MARWEDE, Hanover, and Erwin MECK, Berlin,- RWM officials.

(E) ZIEGRA acquired two dress manufacturing factories in Germany about 1940 and retained them, although sentenced to a labor camp for disloyalty.

(F) Prom March 1943 until 1945, ZIEGRA says, he fooled the German Embassy people concerning his activities. He did nothing for RWM; in fact, he acted as informer to Col. Albert H. HOFFMAN, of the American Embassy, on German economic activities.

(G) ZIEGRA told the interrogator that he had previously made a lengthy statement to Mr. G. M. Robbins, of the Joint Special Financial Detachment.

RECOMMENDATION: Since many of the "facts" recited by ZIEGRA seem contradictory, it is suggested that this office mark his case as "Interested" and obtain more data concerning the New York Overseas Corporation; that we question later German repatriates from Spain about ZIEGRA; that a copy of the Robbins report on ZIEGRA be secured for our file."

From a C.O.I. (Coordinator of Information) report to Audits & Investigation Branch, Finance Division, Berlin, dated January 27, 1947:

"Subject: Hans D. ZIEGRA

      Klaus FRANKE, who had previously introduced the above subject to me, called me on the telephone today. In reply to my enquiries he informed me that ZIEGRA’s father-in-law lives in Hannover, and that Ziegra obtained his British Travel Order on the recommendations of Colonel BROWN, the U.S. Liaison Officer In Hannover. FRANKE does not believe it likely that ZIEGRA will come back to Berlin, as he said that ZIEGRA had compromised himself somewhat by his former activities, and did not anticipate that he would fare very well if he fell into Russian hands.

      ZIEGRA has left Berlin and is at present on the way to Salzburg and Baden Baden. Apparently his object in going down there is to contact the French Authorities as he wishes to open some kind of financial undertaking in Paris, as FRANKE believes, in collaboration with his American friends. ZIEGRA is apparently on very good terms with high ranking and influential American officers, and FRANKE went so far as to say that he even stands very well with General DRAPER himself. FRANKE believes that General DRAPER was formerly connected with Dillon Read & Co., Investment Bankers of New iorkf who, as you know, were very active In the raising of loan* in the U.S. for Germany after the last war. It is also probable that ZIEGRA has many American acquaintances in financial circles as a result of his former position as President of the New York Overseas Corporation.

      According to FRANKE, ZIEGRA’s intention is to get back into international finance with the help of his American friends. He claims, and probably has, Brazilian nationality, and is consequently always able to avail himself of the protection of the Brazilian Authorities, but FRANKE admits that it is possible that ie still retains his German nationality".

From: U.S. Army. European Command.Intelligence Division, Wartime activities of the German diplomatic and military services during World War II, November 18, 1949: " Born on 8 October 1904 in Hanover. Subject claims to have established and to have been the president of the New York Overseas Corporation, located at 60 Wall Street, New York City.

      During his banking career he has no doubt made many contacts and accumulated vast experiences in this field. Subject’s arrogant attitude, probably leading back to his Wall Street days, brought out quite clearly his psychological attempt to influence the interrogator to his far reaching influence and importance to the business world. During conversations he frequently clings to the name of Col. HOFMANN of the Military Mission in Madrid for whom he had done certain services. Statements and opinions versed regarding subject by various sources, brand him as a her and unreliable. Subject is dangerous because he possesses the gift to lead people where he wants to, and in the opinion of the interrogator is capable of sordid deeds bordering on the criminal. Subject worked for the SD in Spain, and it is true that later on he also worked for Col HOFMANN. On 23 September 1946 when subject was released, he was placed under the surveillance of security forces. Subject was a member of the NSDAP from 1932 to 1939. Subject released to Grossburgwedel 53 Hanover.

      Connections with Aloys MIEDL.

ZIERATH. Agent working for Bureau FELIPE, Operation COSMOS, Algeciras (named in STUBBS and BUGGE’s report on I-M Spain).

ZIESCHE in cloaking activities mentioned by LINDENBERG.

ZILL, Johann. In 1945 listed as German customs official refugee in Spain (OSS records).

ZILLER, Fritz. From OSS Secret Intelligence Special Funds Record 2801-2850: Montana S.A. Mechanic (Guillermo Pasch). Fromista, Palencia, Fonda Ramos. Born Zürich (Schweiz), 21 Aug. 1898. Passport No. 1278/35 issued Barcelona 15.10.35. Member of DAF.

ZILLMAN / ZILLMANN, Georg. In List of obnoxious Germans proposed for repatriation from Spain. Agent classified I-B in OSS records. In US list of hardened nazis for repatriation. Address: Rambla de Santa Mónica 1, Barcelona and Av. General Franco, 580, Barcelona. . Manager of Baquera, Kusche y Martín, Barcelona. Recommended por priority repatriation.

ZIMMER, Jakob. In 1945 listed as German customs official refugee in Spain (OSS records).

ZIMMER, Karl. DOB. Blankenrath, 5 October, 1914. Arrested March 4, 1946. In No 6 CIC Neuengamme. Internee No 609419. Repatriated on SS Haighland Monarch 7 March, 1946. A-574 on Official List. Officer of ZF KO Spanien under Max FRANZBACH. Interrogation dated May 27 1946: ZIMMER was born 5 October 1914 at Blankenrath. He stated that he has been in Madrid, Spain, from October 1941 until he was repatriated in March 1946. He explained that he had gone to Spain as Oberzahlmeister, Inspektor der Abwehr Kasse, (bookkeeper and accountant for the Abwehr), which position he held until the German surrender.

      At the time of the final defeat of the German armies Max FRANZBACH, Abwehr chief in Madrid, ordered ZIMMER to release the Abwehr assets to him. To the best of the subject’s recollection these assets consisted of the following: $ 40.000; Swiss francs 100.000; French francs 1.000.000. British sterling 9.000 or 10.000; a few thousand Argentine Pesos; a sum in Portuguese escudos; approximately 50 kilo of gold; some opium, and net balance of branch offices of the Abwehr. (all Pesetas on hand had been spent, Pesetas 30.000.000 having been received from the German Embassy in Madrid but having been expended at a rate of Pesetas 3.000.000 a month).

      The subject further stated that upon learning that FRANZBACH intended to secret these assets - having,in fact, apportioned them among the agents and begun illegal disposal - he ZIMMER) reported the matter to a "Colonel EBRIGHT" In the American Embassy in Madrid, and furnished the Embassy with a full and detailed list of the Abwehr assets from the Abwehr books and assisted in the recovery of various items.

      ZIMMER claimed to have known none of the agents, professing to having only dealt with the chiefs of the Abwehr. He also disclaimed any knowledge of the mechanics of the supply of gold, currencies, etc., to the Abwehr, although he stated that in August 1944 gold was brought into Spain for the Abwehr by diplomatic pouch. The subject also stated at one point that he had drawn on Sofindus for an amount he could not recall. The various currencies and valuables, (e.g. gold, opium), were supplied to Abwehr agents by their chiefs to be used as bribes, establishment of "fronts" for Abwehr activities and other espionage and sabotage work. The subject said that ha had no specific knowledge of any cloaking operations. He added that he had heard rumours of such transactions involving the German Embassy and the German Navy but that he was unable to supply any details as Abwehr funds were kept apart from Embassy funds.

ZIMMERMANN, Alfred Max. Repatriated from Spain in September 10 1946.

ZIMMERMANN, Franz. V-Mann. Referat II KO Spanien in 1940.

ZIMMERMANN, Johann. In 1945 listed as German customs official refugee in Spain (OSS records).

ZIMMERMANN, Paul. Agent classified A. Listed as A377. DOB. Sulzbach, 14 December, 1913. In List of obnoxious Germans proposed for repatriation from Spain. Repatriated on SS Haighland Monarch 7 March, 1946. German agent. Employed by Lufthansa to May 1940. Attached to Press Section later, German Embassy. Wireless operator. A-575 Official List and III Priority List. Wife: Elisabeth; children: Edeltraut and Helga. Address: Plaza Manuel Becerra 15, Madrid.

ZIMMERMANN, Otto. Agent classified I-B in OSS records. Formerly German consul in Alcazarquivir, Spanish Morocco. Born about 1899. In Madrid in 1945.

ZIMMERSCHIED, Wilhelm Friedrich. Arrived Germany from Spain June 14 1946. German. DOB. 27/12/1910 in Wiesbaden. Address in Germany, 1946: Dabergotz uber Neuruppin (Soviet zone).

ZIMPFER, Albert. In 1945 listed as German customs official refugee in Spain (OSS records).

ZINAU, Hermann. German naval internee at Pasajes, San Sebastian. Repatriated on SS Haighland Monarch 7 March, 1946. Brought to repatriation center under police escort.

      E-136 Official List. DOB. Bremerhaven, 30 December, 1905.

ZINNER, Eugen. Arrived Germany from Spain June 14 1946. German. DOB. 15/9/1922 in Hunschgrün bei Karlsbad. Address in Germany, 1946: Muensterstr. 28, Borghorst/Westfalen (British zone).

ZISCHKA, Anton Emmerich. In List of obnoxious Germans proposed for repatriation from Spain. Lived in Cala Molina, near San Vicente, Mallorca. Nazi propaganda writer.

ZISCHKE, Emil. In 1945 listed as German customs official refugee in Spain (OSS records).

ZITZELSBERGER, Andreas. In 1945 listed as German customs official refugee in Spain (OSS records).

ZOBEL, Herhard / Paul Gerhard. Agent classified I-B in OSS records. Formerly commercial attache at the German consulate, Tetuan. Born May 1, 1903 in Groba bei Riesa, Saxony, Germany. Formerly employed by Sofindus. Madrid.

ZODER, Josef. DOB. Wien, 16 March, 1896. Repatriated on SS Haighland Monarch 7 March, 1946. Brought to repatriation center under police escort. Believed to be internee. No additional information available. D-6 Official List. . In 1945 posed as German customs official refugee in Spain (OSS records).

ZOHERN, Col. Agent classified I-B in OSS records. Barcelona.

ZOLLER, Wilhelm. In 1945 listed as German customs official refugee in Spain (OSS records).

ZOLLNER / OLLNER, Head of Hitlerjunge, Barcelona.

ZSCHIESCHE HAGNER, Walter. In US list of hardened nazis for repatriation. Address: Gran Vía 62, Bilbao. Born Leipzig, January 10, 1908. Connected with Sofindus. Member of NSDAP and DAF. Died in Madrid January 23 2000. Children: Manfred, Horst, Bernardo and Marlis. Religion: evangelist. (See ABC, necrol. 24 January 2000). Decorated by FRANCO with the Medalla de la Orden Imperial del Yugo y las Flechas. (BOE, 30 Septiembre, 1941). From OSS Secret Intelligence Special Funds Record 2801-2850: Hisma Ltda. Power of attorney. Passport No S224/38 issued Sevilla 12.12. 1938.

ZSCHOYAN, Hermann. In 1945 listed as German customs official refugee in Spain (OSS records).

ZUCHRISTIAN, Walter. Agent classified I-B in OSS records. Madrid.

ZUHLSDOFF / ZUEHLSDOFF, Harald. Dr. Decorated by FRANCO with the Medalla de la Orden Imperial del Yugo y las Flechas. (BOE, 30 Septiembre, 1941). Funcionário superior da repartição de Imprensa do Reich

ZULEGER, Walter. Listed as repatriated from Bilbao August 21, 1946 to Bremerhaven on SS Marine Marlin. Previously in Miranda concentration camp. DOB. Karlsbad, 5 April, 1914.

ZWICK, Karl. Decorated by FRANCO with the Medalla de la Orden Imperial del Yugo y las Flechas. (BOE, 30 Septiembre, 1941). Worked at German consulate in Amsterdam.

ZWIESELE, August. Agent classified II-B in OSS records. Engineer. Commercial agent. Born October 1, 1907, Stuttgart, Germany. Address: calle Plantada 2, Barcelona.

ZWINGLI, Hans. Agent classified II-A in OSS records. Doctor. Born about 1905. Madrid.

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